Warrant ordered for Ga. woman in explosives case

Warrant ordered for Ga. woman in explosives case

A federal judge has ordered that a warrant be issued for a north Georgia woman who was sentenced to probation on federal explosives charges.

GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A federal judge has ordered that a warrant be issued for a north Georgia woman who was sentenced to probation on federal explosives charges.

U.S. District Judge Richard Story signed an order for a warrant for Celia Savage so she can be brought before him for a probation revocation hearing.

The 25-year-old was arrested Aug. 9, less than six months after Story sentenced her to six years on probation but warned that if she got in trouble again he would send her to prison.

Authorities say Savage became hostile in a tattoo parlor when she realized the owner was one of the agents in her federal conviction. Authorities say she destroyed a glass table, drove drunk and had illegal drugs.

Savage is being held without bond in the Hall County jail.

 

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